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Square Trade is offering 30% Off Select Square Trade Protection Plan when you apply coupon code HOLIDAYS30PERCENT (apply in cart). Thanks tiffanydawnn

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Save 30% off Squaretrade protection plans with coupon code HOLIDAYS30PERCENT - valid through 12/31/2019

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Last Edited by b-t-1 December 1, 2019 at 11:09 PM
Coupon Code, if applicable is valid for SquareTrade Protection Plans purchased on www.squaretrade.com by U.S. residents through 12/31/2019. Coupon is not valid for Protection Plans covering any Smartphone products. Coupon may not be combined with any other offer. Coupon cannot be applied retroactively to past Protection Plan purchases. Unauthorized reproduction, resale, modification or trade of coupon and/or coupon code is strictly prohibited. Coupon offer is not available for Protection Plan orders in large quantity for education, government, commercial or other business purposes.

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Asurion paid out two claims via Amazon GC no questions asked. Granted it was for a $40 garbage disposal and $20 laptop cooler. I'm sure they will want to add additional steps for larger more expensive items.
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$244 for 4 year tv plan after coupon on tvs 2000+. Need to compare to Costco plan and didn't buy tv at Costco
You dont have to buy tv at Costco. I bought OLED tv from Cleveland Plasma in 2016
and being member of Costco I was able to buy coverage for 3 years for $85.
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Code works for me

I buy from Costco which usually is better unless they only cover if for items bought at Costco
Costco allows you to buy a plan outright vs monthly payments. On smartphones the deductible is only $85 vs $125 - $150, and no cost at all for some things.
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I do it for what it's normally sold for. If they pay out and you only get $385, you could be in a jam.
Thanks, just wasn't sure if they'd ask for proof of purchase, see I paid $385 and refund me that amount as opposed to the value of the plan I purchased...
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I've had them pay out $1500 for a laptop that ended up dying about3 months after I purchased from eBay. Process was very simple I'd go with them again.
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Interesting, looking at this it says only "New" and is $149 for iPad Pro with $49 deductible but I can get off amazon for 2yr to cover a renewed (refurb) iPad Pro for 2yrs for $53.
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Of course these guys may be a better bet with theft coverage included.

https://www.worthavegroup.com/product/
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I've had excellent experience with upsie.com. do check them out too if shopping around
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Since Allstate took over, SquareTrade prices have climbed dramatically, and customer service has dropped precipitously. Of note, many more hurdles are now required to be jumped in order to successfully obtain warranty service. But despite these hurdles, claim success is still possible. We warrantied my Mom's burned-out vacuum recently, without too much trouble. A new policy is in effect, though: they gave us a choice of local, out-of-pocket repair (with later reimbursement), sending it in for a replacement (likely a refurb), or a major portion of the purchase price (not 100% anymore). My Mom preferred the payout, which was about 90% of the original purchase price.
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Do you guys do it for what you paid or for retail? I got the vizio 5.1.4 on flash deal for $385 but it's normally sold everywhere for $699.
If you claim MSRP/normal street price, but only have a receipt for what you actually paid, you won't get more than you actually paid. You'll likely just pay more, for nothing.
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I submitted claim for my $1k sony camera back in Aug without issues. It's back and functioning again, they replaced the whole lens elements. I'm looking at a new dryer/washer set and saw this deal. But after pricing, Costco's price is way cheaper. Costco advertises 3 years of square trade (2 yrs costco concierge + 3 years of square trade). I just got done chatting with square trade and the rep says the 3 years of square trade is just a supplement from day one! So Costco covers first 2 years, and square trade covers the last year. Fail!
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You dont have to buy tv at Costco. I bought OLED tv from Cleveland Plasma in 2016
and being member of Costco I was able to buy coverage for 3 years for $85.
I work at Costco and this changed earlier on the year. It is now only for products bought at Costco (online or B&M only).
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$244 for 4 year tv plan after coupon on tvs 2000+. Need to compare to Costco plan and didn't buy tv at Costco
You can no longer buy the SquareTrade if the television/product wasn't bought at costco. This change went into effect earlier this year. But the price would have been $99 for 3 year for any tv over $1000.
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When does coverage kick in? Let's say I buy a 2 year plan from squaretrade and I already have 1 year manufacturer warranty and an additional 1 year from credit card protection. Would buying a 2 year warranty stack on top of those initial 2 years or be completely counter intuitive?
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I work at Costco and this changed earlier on the year. It is now only for products bought at Costco (online or B&M only).
Thanks for the update!
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